Wilwood 250-3677 Details
This firewall reinforcement bracket kit is designed for use with master cylinders that utilize a 2.23" vertical mount centerline or a 3.22" horizontal mount centerline. Both dimensions apply to Wilwood masters and pedal assemblies.
Made from durable lightweight aluminum with a large capacity plastic reservoir and dual outlet bores, this master cylinder utilizes standard O.E.M. internal components. Standard factory mounting bolt holes can be adapted to racing pedal assemblies with an optional mounting adapter bracket (including push rod and dust boot). This reliable master cylinder is used for drag racing, late model stock cars, street rod and off road applications.
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